By becoming the 13th fully operational AIRCOP team in Africa in May 2017, Ouagadougou Airport (Burkina Faso) joins a growing network of 19 Joint Airport Interdiction Task Forces (JAITFs), which will soon include the airports of Bissau and El Salvador.
According to the latest World Drug Report by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), nearly a quarter of a billion people
Major European airports see substantial decrease in drug seizures in flights from Latin America and the Caribbean to Europe
Since AIRCOP’s launch in 2010, 19 inter-service Joint Airport Interdiction Task Forces (JAITFs) have been established, composed of officials from different law enforcement agencies, including police, customs, immigration and airport authorities, and over 2500 law enforcement officers have been trained at 37 selected international airports
Central American leaders from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras pledged to deepen their collaboration in order to
153 individuals have been detained following the sixth Global Airport Action Days
During a visit to Mexico City, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel offered support to Mexico on the renegotiation
A workshop on “Adequate use and protection of financial intelligence” aimed at the Southern Cone sub-region took place in Asuncion, Paraguay between 6 and 8 June.
Online drug trafficking has come a long way since the early days of the “Silk Road”. If smuggling drugs online was totally off the map a few years ago, Internet has now become
EU leaders signed on June 7 the New European Consensus on Development during the 11th edition of the annual European Development Days. The joint statement establishes
A large-scale crackdown was carried out by Panamanian authorities who seized four tonnes of cocaine worth $400 million and which led to the detention of 64 people